#NASA sold moon landing footage to an intern for $218. Now, the tapes could sell for millions


July 2, 2019 ● 63 views

On July 20, 1969, NASA put a man on the moon and captured it all on tape.

In 1976, the space agency unknowingly sold those tapes of original footage from the Apollo 11 lunar mission to a lucky intern who held onto them for decades. He never even knew their contents.

Now, NASA's blunder will belong to the highest bidder: the three surviving videotapes of the seminal moment in space exploration are up for auction--at a starting bid of $700,000.

via cnn.com

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I wonder what's in this tape...

There could be some proof to the conspiracies in this tape that was never released. 🤔🤔🤔

Cryon · 1 year ago
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